Reading Sumerian Names, II: Gilgameš

@article{Rubio2012ReadingSN,
  title={Reading Sumerian Names, II: Gilgame{\vs}},
  author={Gonzalo Rubio},
  journal={Journal of Cuneiform Studies},
  year={2012},
  volume={64},
  pages={3 - 16}
}
(1) In the famous Early Dynastic god list from Fāra (SF 1), the name is spelled with an initial sequence GIS. NE.PAP, in which NE.PAP (= BIL.PAP = “BIL2”) corresponds to NE-sessig (BIL2) in other early spellings of the name (see below). Thus, dGIS.NE.PAP.GA.MES in Fāra (SF 1 rev. iii 25; see Krebernik 1986: 182, xiii 7’; Mander 1986: 86) corresponds to GIS.BIL2.GA.MES ( dGIS.NE-sessig.GA.MES) later on. 

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